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DHS Hurricane King II Ch.Pen

If you order the assembly of a penhold blade we will glue the rubbers without any gap by default. If you need a gap, please inform us in advance in the comment field during checkout.
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Number of Layers : 5
approximate weight (g) : 85
Blade Type : OFF+
thickness (mm) : 6
The blade is slightly thicker compared with the classic version of ‘HURRICANE KING’, providing more potential for powerful attacks especially at a distance from the table. The blade is packed in an exclusive presentation box.

Customer Reviews

All reviews listed are from verified customers who have purchased this product.

01/02/2017 Best blade Review by Jae Hyun Kim
Blade with excellent control. I especially love its texture of grip. Power and sound satisfactory.
28/05/2015 Powerful penholder blade Review by Plamen
One of the best penholder blades I have (had) in my collection and definitely the most versatile in the HK series of blades.
14/04/2014 nice blade, but again, the center layer breaks soon Review by guangsha
655 is medium fast, thin but stiff blade. It performs better than YEO in looping with higher arc and better spin, while the lose in speed when smashing is around 10%. In terms of blocking, 655 is slower than YEO by quite a lot. Thus this blade is ideal for RBH player with no forehand blocking, that is similar to Wang Hao plays.
The center Ayous layer is thin and stiff, but my one cracks within 1 week. Although this is a common problem with 5 layer Ayous centered blade (all my 4 YEOs all cracks within 1 month), ppl must be aware of this issue.
06/03/2014 Happy Review by Ricardo Kuwano
fast and have good control
21/01/2014 King 2 CS Review by Chi Wah WU
This is very good CS for control and power. It give the correct control feeling and very good front hand power.
16/01/2014 a great mid-distance looping blade Review by guangsha yang
Before using this blade, I was using YEO. As a comparision, 655 is slower than YEO, especailly in pushing, smashing, blocking. So the speed of this blade in close-to-table range is "Acceptable", while YEO is "Very good".
But the stiffness of blade also has a pay off, when producing top spin, YEO is less sensitive compared with 655. I have to say 655 has very good performance in small category balls, and great performance in looping. This blade is very suitable for players who'd like to step back from the table to get more power in speed drives. Compared with the sister blade 656, 655 is a little bit thiner and more toward's the long distance looping category.
DHS Hurricane King II Ch.Pen